R2-D2 joins a team of Republic Droids known as D-Squad, led by Colonel Gascon. Their mission: to steal an encryption module from a Separatist dreadnought.

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WAC-47 (voice)
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Battle Droids / Super Battle Droids (voice)
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Mace Windu (voice) (as Terrence Carson)
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R2-D2 joins a team of Republic Droids known as D-Squad, led by Colonel Gascon. Their mission: to steal an encryption module from a Separatist dreadnought.

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1 December 2012 (USA)  »

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In the conference scene all the Astromechs's Republic army 'masters' are present, although most are not identified by name. R2-D2 belongs to Anakin Skywalker, of course. Pink QT-KT serves with Jedi Knight Aayla Secura. Green M5-BZ serves Jedi Master Tera Sinube. Yellow U9-C4 serves Jedi Knight Thongla Jur. Pitt Droid WAC-47 serves Clone Commander Neyo. See more »

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Narrator: Secret transmission intercepted! The Jedi Council has intercepted an encoded transmission of General Grievous; however, Republican intelligence officers have failed to crack the new encryption code being used by the droids. Fears escalate that the Separatists are about to mount a major offensive. Having located the source of the transmission deep in Separatist space, the Jedi plan a counterstrike to capture an enemy decoding chip which will allow them to understand the transmission and thwart ...
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The "Clone Wars" logo is colored blue instead of yellow for all four episodes in the "D-Squad" story arc. See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) See more »

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Just.... Why!?
23 November 2013 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Were the makers out of stories? or they just wanted to showcase their awesome CGI? I have no idea. This was a pathetic and unnecessary episode.

A so called "war veteran" leads a troop of droids along with a funky droid named "WAC", to infiltrate the separatist ship and steel an encryption module.

One would think it was a pretty much impossible for about half a dozen droids and a 1 foot long colonel. But no! they pull it through and that too with extreme ease. The separatist droid general is easily defeated. The makers have tried to add a little comic element with WAC but that's a miserable fail. At the end I was glad that it is over. I hope we get a new story in the next episode.

Animation/ Direction: Animation was the only redeeming factor of it, direction was average.

Script/Story: Terrible.

Music: Average.

Rather not watch this episode.


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